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Canada-based Brixton Metals has plans to drill up to 20,000 metres in 2022 at its Thorn porphyry copper-gold-silver-molybdenum project in northwest British Columbia, Kallanish reports. The two primary areas to be drilled will be the Camp Creek copper porphyry and the Trapper gold targets. Other targets include the Outlaw gold-silver prospect and the Metla copper-gold porphyry target. The company also plans to conduct geophysical surveys over the Metla and Trapper …
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